Nuevo LP de Errorlicks... MIOMA. DSP, noise, ya sabes! Un proceso diferente para cada pista (edicion, sintesis granular y FM, programacion algoritmica...), para completar un examen donde demostrar las lecciones aprendidas. Disfrutalo! New LP of Errorlicks... MIOMA. DSP, noise, you know! A different process for each track (editing, granular synthesis and FM, algoritmic programming...), to complete a test where demonstrate the learned lessons. Enjoy it! Topics: Experimental, electronic, Digital Errors Source: www.play-code.com
Reissue of one of D-503's more critically regarded albums, plus bonus remixes and alternate versions. Review of the original release by Phil Legard, a.k.a. Xenis Emputae: The sound of an unknown instrument (somewhere between a clarinet and a violin) being tuned in a humid basement might describe the sound of the opening track of Pop Tunes. Entitled "Salamander" it's a cool, atmospheric track full of grace that captures the movements of the semi mythical lizard as it crawls around the... Topics: Experimental, Ambient, Minimal, Digital Errors
Reissue of a split release from D-503 and Anaphylaxis, in which both artists used skipping CDs as their main sound sources, to very different effects. D-503's half is mostly atmospheric with a touch of musical structure and progression, while Anaphylaxis' side takes a noisier direction for the most part, making his brief atmospheric turns that much more poignant. Topics: Harsh Noise, Noise, Experimental, Ambient, Digital Errors
This record is about having adventures in mediaworld or having flood of it. Pax Futile is a creature who receives message from outer world and goes for it. Seikkailuja Ahkymaassa - Adventures In InfoWorld. Viesti - Message Joukkokohtauksia - Group Scenes Riidanhaastaja - Trouble Maker Lasti - Load Palelluksissa - Freezing Ilmojen Halki - Trough the Skyes Joukkokohtauksia II - Group Scenes II Pako - Escape Kotiin - To the Home (original release date November 15th, 2004) check our other releases Topics: Sound Art, Digital Laptop Reggae, Digital Errors
R&D Report 1969-40 : Hybrid-pulse coding: Theoretical assessment of system P.C.J. Hill A method is described of coding baseband signals for processing of transmission through channels which require noise improvement but have insufficient available bandwidth to support wide-band f.m. or conventional p.c.m. signals. The method, referred to as hybrid-pulse coding, is a variant of multilevel p.c.m. in which the least significant digit is made continuously variable in amplitude, thus avoiding... Topics: noise, signal, digital, transmission, improvement, analogue, channel, bandwidth, pulse, system,...